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Graphic Detail: Transformers - Autocracy

By Eric GarneauJuly 26, 2012

Graphic Detail reviews a new graphic novel or trade paperback release each week. A few weeks ago during our San Diego Comic-Con coverage, we were fortunate enough to talk with John Barber, editor and writer on IDW's line of Transformers comics. Mostly we spoke about the...More  →

Graphic Detail: Transformers - Autocracy

Rachel Hartman's Seraphina Finds the Dragon in Us All

By Swapna KrishnaJuly 26, 2012

Fantasy and dragons seem to go together like milk and cookies, so it’s understandable that one of the most buzzed about YA debut novels of the season is a fantasy novel with... you guessed it, dragons. These dragons in the fictional kingdom of Goredd are...More  →

Rachel Hartman's Seraphina Finds the Dragon in Us All

Check Out This Week's Action-Packed Secret Avengers!

By Eric GarneauJuly 25, 2012

Every week Comics Catch compiles short reviews of new comics worth reading. BOOK OF THE WEEK: Secret Avengers #29: After a three-issue detour that crossed over with Marvel's Avengers vs. X-Men event, Rick Remender's Secret Avengers gets itself back on track nicely with this intense issue...More  →

Check Out This Week's Action-Packed Secret Avengers!

NEW WEB SERIES: ROCKET TALK!

By Becky FerreiraJuly 25, 2012

Rocket Talk is The MindHut's brand new web series where we explore the mysteries of the universe from our very own, top secret MindHut laboratory! Watch this week as Rocket Talk host, Becky Ferreira, takes us to the 10 scariest places in the universe....More  →

NEW WEB SERIES: ROCKET TALK!
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REVIEW: Cosmos Episode 2, One Voice in the Cosmic Fugue

By Becky FerreiraJuly 25, 2012

Welcome back to the Cosmos review series! Today, we're taking on the second installment: "One Voice in the Cosmic Fugue." For all you evolutionary biology fans—this is the episode for you. Sagan takes on the science of life as we know it as casually as...More  →

REVIEW: Cosmos Episode 2, One Voice in the Cosmic Fugue
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The First Picture Uploaded to the Web

By Abbey ClarkeJuly 25, 2012

You may never have wondered to yourself “What was the first photo ever posted on the Web?” But now that the question has been raised, consider your curiosity peaked, and behold! Ladies, gentlemen, and all nature of lovely creatures, right here is the first picture...More  →

The First Picture Uploaded to the Web
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Robbie: A Super Creepy Short Film Made From Nasa Footage

By Vadim NewquistJuly 25, 2012

Set six thousand years in the future, Robbie tells the story of a benevolent robot developed by NASA, who scans his memory banks for a glimpse into his remarkable life. Assembled entirely from NASA footage, Robbie not only tells a compelling and unique story, but...More  →

Robbie: A Super Creepy Short Film Made From Nasa Footage

This Character Needs a Comic: Azrael (Jean-Paul Valley)

By Steven RomanoJuly 25, 2012

It doesn’t happen often, but there comes a time in the crime-fighting careers of some super heroes when he or she has to reluctantly throw in the towel and let someone else take the wheel for a spell. In the early '90s, DC Comics unveiled...More  →

This Character Needs a Comic: Azrael (Jean-Paul Valley)

Eli Roth is Going to Direct Dracula! Sort of!

By Vadim NewquistJuly 24, 2012

Love him or hate him, Eli Roth has made an indelible impression on the horror world within the past decade, and although he's served as producer on awesomely creepy indies like The Last Exorcism, and has also become ubiquitous in Tarantino fare like Grindhouse and...More  →

Eli Roth is Going to Direct Dracula! Sort of!